But, is it nothing to know when you are dying, when you are about to take leave of this world, of its joys and sorrows, when the past of your life is unfurled before you, when eternity opens wide its portals, is it nothing to know at that last awful,supreme moment of your lives, that you have not lived in vain, that you have lived for the benefit of others, that you have lived to help in the cause of your country's regeneration?

-Surendranath Banerjea

Friday, January 27, 2012

..as dear to me as are the ruddy drops..

June 23, 2011
That's when i last visited and posted something here. 7 months passed by, and wrinkles started appearing on my body making me feel older. I suddenly realized that i have been kicking and alive for the last 24 years without a change in status. Everything but the marital status changed. I became tall. Put on bit by bit and became fat, and then obese, and then normal, and then slim. Became dark, and then normal. Grew hairs, and lost them too. Became irritatingly garrulous and then enigmatically reserved and then curt with candour. I started reading. Stopped reading. Started again.

I kept changing, evolving, a constant metamorphosis. The only thing that never changed was the fact that i was single. Not that i gave a damn, but a nut needs a bolt at some point for the fullness. And that was the moment, to be precise,10.45am, 25th Jan 2011, when i had a band sliding through my ring finger and a butterfly sliding through my food pipe which is flying happily in my stomach now ;). We were complete strangers a month ago, who now felt like we were waiting for each other all this while, who assured each other of lifelong companionship. And that was the moment i believed in destiny, the providence, and that marriages are made in heaven!

PS : If i do visit my blogsville in the next 4 months, readers (if any) can expect something on courtship :D.

PPS: I'm struggling to write which i didn't have to, 2 years back :(. I'm certainly becoming old..

PPPS : I didn't like the way Rushdie was treated in the backdrop of Jaipur Lit Fest. But i don't have the mood to vent my frustration in such matters right now. So, dear religion and controversies, see you some time soon.

Khuda Hafiz
~Gayathri~

4 comments:

rameez said...

Look who's back!
Now that your I-will-blog-again-only-if-I'm-committed vow has been fulfilled, please keep going.

Oh and yeah, Congrats, nut(case)!
;)

Sreeraj Menon said...

From Pamuk & Politics,
to Courtship and Connubial bliss!

Kaalam Poya Pokke!

;-)

Som said...

It is really tough when one stops posting for a while, it seems one gets into an Inertia. I was suffering from it too ... updated my blog after a long-long time. Good to see some of the older bloggers are still active because things have changed and lot of my co bloggers seem to have either retired or are taking a long nap like me :D

Durga Nandan said...

Di!! You never told me about your "i ll only blog again after getting committed" thingy!
You wait! Am gonna call you you @$$!